Arizona TrailBart Smith
This breathtaking trail begins at the Utah border and extends to Mexico. Over its 800-mile stretch, you’ll see deserts, lakes, mountains, and canyons, as well as a jaw-dropping array of cultural and historic landmarks like the Grand Canyon, Colossal Cave, White Canyon, Roosevelt Dam, Kentucky Camp mining and ranching site, and former logging railroads near Mormon Lake. Want to explore the beauty of the American West? Get more info about an amazing travel experience to America’s Cowboy Country here.
Ice Age TrailBart Smith
This Wisconsin trail winds through 1,000 miles of craggy terrain shaped by glaciers. Ice masses from 2.5 million years ago have left behind all shapes and sizes of intriguing rock deposits—dolomite, sandstone, basalt buffs, and quartzite. The Ice Age Trail is especially good for winter sports lovers: In cold months, you can snowshoe or cross-country ski along portions. However, cyclists should go in warmer months; they can ride on an adjacent bike trail.